Pet Friendly Cottage Company

Prescott Mill Cottage

Sleeps 6

Prescott Mill Cottage sleeps 6 and is highly recommended to larger families or groups of friends in need of plenty of outside space as well as ample living accommodation.

The very charming property has lots of character and features 3 spacious bedrooms, a large dining kitchen, welcoming living rooms and excellent self catering facilities in the modern kitchen. But it is the location that makes this cottage so special!

We just love the peaceful setting beside an old corn mill, next to the narrow River Rea and the secluded garden which benefits from river frontage. Children can paddle in the river while adults will enjoy relaxing in the garden.

Close by a shop and pub are just a stroll away. One well behaved pet is welcome after the 11th June.

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Pet Friendly Days Out in Shropshire
The Dorothy Clive Gardens
The Dorothy Clive Gardens are a popular pet friendly day out in Shropshire and are just as beautiful in autumn as they are in the spring and summer. The stunning grounds feature a unique quarry garden, a gravel garden, hillside garden and Azalea and Daffodil walks which stretch for miles and are just perfect for those with energetic dogs. The site also has children's play areas, a tea room serving locally produced food and a play room where children can enjoy crafts. Dogs on leads are welcome.
Attingham Park National Trust
Attingham Park National Trust site is an excellent choice for a day out in Shropshire and is particularly good for those with dogs. The stunning mansion and walled garden offer plenty of areas to explore including formal gardens, a deer park, family trails and craft room. Family activities can also be enjoyed here throughout local school holidays. Dogs are welcome on leads in the deer park and near the mansion. There are also several identified off-lead areas where you dog can enjoy a run around.
Wroxeter Roman City
The ideal day out for those with dogs who enjoy long walks and plenty of open space. Once the fourth largest city in Roman Britain, the site began as a legionary fortress and later developed into a thriving civilian city. This is a very interesting site and dogs will just love exploring the grounds and heading off down the trails. Please note that restrictions may apply and dogs must be on leads.
23rd September 2018